Carbon footprint

2013-01-16 10:20:34

If each of us makes a little more effort to sort out our garbage, there will be more recycled items with better quality.When paper saves the earth

When paper saves the earth

2013-01-16 10:16:05

Fueled by escalating paper and cardboard demand, China's recovered paper production has seen rapid growth in recent years.

Cities: Can China's west build China's best?

2013-01-15 14:58:20

While western China is infamously underdeveloped, its cities might soon offer higher standards of living than prosperous coastal megalopolises in the east.

Life is an education

2013-01-14 09:57:32

Anna Pao Sohmen, the eldest daughter of a former Hong Kong shipping magnate, has devoted her life and wealth to educating others.

Overseas talents

2013-01-13 17:17:59

Foreign students now have a stage for their talents. Authorized by the Ministry of Education, the Federation of University Sports of China launched the "China Exploration" program at Peking University on Wednesday.

Mistress of flavor

2013-01-13 08:30:11

Rose Lin Zamoa, born in Africa, brought up in Europe and living in China, is a proprietor of the tiny Beijing restaurant in Andingmen called Jamaica Me Crazy.

Bulgarian shares the fruit of his labor with China

2013-01-10 10:42:11

While he was preparing to rush home to Bulgaria for Christmas, Atanas Blagov had an unexpected and unforgettable experience.

Remade for adventure

2013-01-10 09:58:02

A national tragedy showed Zhang Xinyu how fragile human existence can be, and he's reshaped his life to make the most of it.

Evolution of shopping in China

2013-01-10 09:54:40

Before the existence of department stores in China, people bought different things in different shops

Retail therapy

2013-01-10 09:31:19

Shopping malls used to be the place people go to shop. But today, these commercial complexes are often much more than that.

If information is king, data is good currency

2013-01-09 13:59:44

Cash isn't going to be king forever. It's a bit like shell money or trading in beads, an outdated system that people will laugh at sometime in the future.

Russians attend celebration to mark Orthodox Christmas

2013-01-08 16:20:22

A man dressed as Ded Moroz (Grandfather Frost), the Russian Santa Claus, leads people to dance during a celebration on Orthodox Christmas at Sokolniky Park of Moscow, capital of Russia, on Jan 7, 2013.